The Barbarian and the geisha (Captioned)

United States, 1958

Film
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In 1856 American Governor Harris became the first foreign diplomat to visit the Forbidden Empire of Japan. This semi-historical romance stars John Wayne as the diplomat engaged in hostile trade talks with the Japanese government, who finds himself falling in love with a beautiful geisha. Huston has directed a finely crafted tale of adventure and intrigue. The production was filmed entirely in Japan.

Credits

director

John Huston

producer

Eugene Frenke

production company

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation

Language

English

Duration

01:40:00:00

Colour

Colour

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